With the help of Taproot skilled volunteers on projects including website design and brand development, Yael’s sharing her organization’s vision and expanding their impact.
Mary and Double Comfort Foods used pro bono support to build a new website, rebrand, and wrangle spreadsheets, resulting in increased revenues for their local food pantries.
As a purely volunteer-run nonprofit, Reading Opens Minds couldn’t afford things like public relations, copywriting, and marketing. See how pro bono helped them grow.
Explore how The Dignity Institute tackled projects ranging from a new website to CRM implementation with the support of skilled volunteers.
Anne Holcomb, Supportive Services Supervisor at Unity Parenting and Counseling, came Taproot with two challenges: building a diverse board and revamping their social media fundraising.
Randy and Intersection for the Arts sought out pro bono support to develop messaging that better reflected their new business model.
Lan Jensen sought out pro bono support right after the inception of her organization, recognizing that they needed expert advice and skills to make their mission a reality.
The Patachou Foundation uses pro bono at all levels–from messaging to videography to board development to strategy.
When Mitchell approached the Manna staff with an offer to provide skills-based volunteer consulting work, his nuanced approach set him apart from the outset.
See how pro bono made an impact on Lakeview Pantry’s volunteer management processes.
Through Taproot Ajiri Tea found enthusiastic, engaging, and talented volunteers who have worked—and are still working—to grow their organization.
Sample pro bono projects to help you establish the leadership structure right for your organization, develop your leadership’s skills, and build your ideal environment.
MMCC was not only provided an updated and innovative communications strategy, but from this support, they were able to develop and grow into a successful branding and marketing department.
Stephanie Willding, Chief Officer of Strategy, Planning & Development at Chicago Family Health Center, will know that her organization has ‘made it’ when health disparity is no longer an issue in the South Side of Chicago. Taproot pro bono is helping them get there.
Chris Bzdon, the Executive Director of Child Care Resource & Referral of Chicago, defines her experience with pro bono service using a single word: exceptional.
Coins for Change envisions a world in which every Maasai child has the freedom to create a better future for themselves. As the Chairperson of the Board, Dr. Ronald McIntire never fails to find inspiration in the life-changing work his organization is doing, but knows that the road to changing the world can be a long one. Pro bono support through Taproot is bringing them a few steps closer.